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V1-CRMO.TSTT DATLY TRANSCRIPT, DKlCttiVmrOP v2 1RGR.
Yermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, Vt( ,
Tuesday, Deckmihm 22, 1808.
"War, by Grant, because of his admira
tion forMcClcllanaiui lilstlcdirc to show
the countiy tliat lie i not n imrtlfm.it.
Tlic Alaska Purchase Money.
Secretary Sewartl, and Mr. J. It. Yount;,
the VvVhlntrton correspondent or the
New York Correspondence.
bidders wko Mr. Siibln and Mr. OoW
ntif, andn.terconsidonu.lo skirmi hlng,
and amid cdnnidcrablc excitement, the
nice ous re le was knocked down to the
former. '1 he book was once In the .Bod
leian library, at Oxford, England, but;
now forma a valuable addition to the
rlnli niwi nl irtiiit. polled Ion of .Inhn A.
Knw Yoiik, Dec. 10th, ISflS. UJ ()f chl(;n An iHuntrnteit work
I'crluu b the most prominent topic of , boluiielnu to John Allen's llbrar .sold
conversation amongst people inclined to I KOmo time ago, for 81,400, but it was
New York T. ibunc, were examined by ! ponder over public allalis, is that clause J rather a collection of engravings than a
the Houpo Committee upon the Alaska of the President' Message in which lie
comint'on Fund, on Saturday. Mr. i proposes that n part of the national obll
Scwnrd examined the testimony, and ad
mltted that he had advised Mr. R. J.
Wnlkevto bo employed to set the matter
properly before the House : that ho was
alnwyerofg cat ability and influence
with Congress; tljat ho did not know
What disbursements vrc made by Mr.
Stoeckl or Mr. tegs : that he was not
consulted about Mr. Walker's or Mr. F
T. Stmton's fees; when Congress ap-
nronrlated the inonev he drew a draft
or warrant for it from-the Treasury in
favor of Mr. Stoeckl as the accredited
agent of the Russian Government. He
said not over $100 was pa'd out of the se
cret service fund in connection with this
Mr. Young denied evor having receiv
ed any money from any one, or having
ever been approached n the subject.
He said that it had been charged thath
had been paid $T,000, and that the jcur
nal with which he he 1b connected had
received $20,000. He denied having re
ceived any money or ever having been
piomlsed any, or that he had ever been
approached on the subject. The edito
rial course of the Tribune was opposed
to the Alaska purchase, and the corres
pondent merely eent the news. He said
that one Martin had called on him at his
office, and presented a list of names of
nersons who lie said were willing to
swear had been paid money for lobby
influences. When asked his opinion of
Martin your correspondent said that he
believed him to be an untrustworthy
Heaktii and Home. Wc are in re
eeipt of the first number of this weekly
illustrated Agricultural and Fireside
Journal, and it is in every respect a cap
ital paper. There are sixteen neatly
printed pages which are devoted to the
interests cf Farmers. Fruit-Growers a id
Florists. It is edited by Mr. Donald G
Mitchell, assisted by a large corps of
practical agriculturists. The Fireside
Department is edited by Harriet Bcecher
Stowc, assisted by Mrs. Mary 13. Dodge,
"1,--" ;wnTwnnd Madame Le
one sending us S45 for a club of 16 copies
foil of i i 1
v.. i uin wm receive a copy free
A specimen copy of the first number
-cunree. Address Pettengiil, Rates &
u., uuusncrs. JNo,
37 Park Jt-jw, New
Christmas TiiEEs.-Christmns tree-
u6.Vub ut jiianu in jncw Voik The
n- 1,8 so,(1 10 a Sunday School
gatlons shall be lepudiated. Wordsiun
high on the s ilijcct, Republicans hold
ing as in duty bound, that the national
honor will be disgraced by entertaining
any such proposition favoiub y ; and
"Democrats, equally bo .ud in honor to
tutatn the arnimcnt of their leader,
insist that repudiation is morally right,
or that the President dos not desire to
see anybody wronged, or the country's
honor sullied. Would that our leplsln
tois could devise eoiik means whereby
our financial condition might, be alle
viated ! Business is dull, money is
tif-ht, the commerce of the country is
suffering, ami and poverty stalks cold
and naked throu h our streets. With
such natural resources as arc pos
s ssed by no other country on the
globe, with willing hands to develop
them, and with unequalled intelligence
to turn them to the best advantage, and
with institutions and laws which foster
and protect every species of industry,
we are lamentably poor, deeply in debt,
and day by day becoming the hypo
chondriacal pi ople between the i oles.
Before long wc shall all follow the ad
vice of the end man in the minstrel
show and move to New Jersey, " where
the wicked cease from troubling, and
the weaiy arc at rest," or else swear al
legiance to bigamy Young and locate in
and around the Salt Lake, where honest
toil is decently remunerated, and where,
in case of monetary embarrassment,
every man has a sufficient lumber of
influential brothers-in-law to relieve
him. Morton's proposal to redeem
greenbacks and fractional shin-plasters
in coin is received hero with much favor,
and if pu to the vote of those who hold
those paper evidencesof richness, would
be accepted unanimo sly. It is to be
regretted that Mr. Morton, who lias
always appeared tn be a far-sighted man
and one deeply interested in the public
welfare withal, has not prop sed a plan
for the redemption in coin of those ad
mirably counterfeited stamps which in
so large a measure constitute the me
dium of exchange h'jie in bars and in
nous notes upon otherstoo modestlo
demand good money from the sharper
who have coated them, and the inno
cent in every way to make a fuss about
it. I lie Tribune finds fault with s.,m,,
lor Mcrton's bill, ami likens him (Mr.
Morton, no' Bill), to the good-heaned
".m who pro oted to cut ofriwu
tan mi uy bit, as he feared that the
animal could not beai the pain ofhavinu
it taken off all at once. This is erimiiv
sarcastic in the Tribune, but will have
no eflcct in changing hie sentiment oi
the paper and tax burdened people. But
if the Supreme Court tl
!. T i . ""iiuUm,(,
iuu o.egai 'lender Act unconstlniHm.ni
what then ?
Many of your readers donltl.e i,n,.
Lost Teleoh a mr pit,'.,, t
despatch from Cuba, dated 18th inst
ays : ''Gen. W. F. Smith, President of
the International Ocean Telegraph Com-
uiis arrived here to siii,mini.i U I i Ii ...
operations for tne recover, ' Z Z . 7'" ot bulk's Cob-
graph cable Whll, wa w " ::. ". street, near Broad
Captain General Lersundi has offered
him every facility l his vowcr for u
accomplishment of the work."
The charitable people of NewYo,k
are :.o v busily engaged i.i carrying on
the good work of alleviating the con
dition of the poor. The winter is ::j c .
us, and there are many thousands in
and around the Metropolis to wis.
even tin slightest aid is a Gou-s.-i,v
Thank heaver. thrj are many kii d
folks anion ; us whosj ears are vet open
to the cry of distress, and whose hanib?
are ever ready to obey Jhe kindly dic
tates of heir generous hearts. '1 licit
are hundreds of others, however, wlto
never Iuivj a tnought to give to the
Inbery that sutrouuih them, nor a
crust to bestow upon the wretches that
shiver and groan at their doors. It is a
pity that these careleis children of lux
ury could not each be visited by tlie
dream that haunttd the lady . whom
pocr Tom Hood causes to utter her rj
i;rets while she tells of the vision that
narrowed her soul:
" Of the hearts that daily break,
Of tlio tujr that hourly fall,
Of the many, many troubles of life
That griuves this earthly ball
Disease a:nl huiinur ami pain anil want,
Hut now 1 droameil of them all.
For tho blind and the cripple were thiM
And tho bubo tlut cried for bread,
And tho houseless and widowed poor
Who lu'RKed to bury tho dead ;
The naked, alas, I might have clad,
Tin' famished I mit?ht have fed!
The Borrow I might have uonthed.
And the unregarded tears ;
For many a thronging shapo was there
From long forgotten yearn 1
The wounds I might have healed,
The human sorrow and smart,
And yet it waf never iu my soul
To play ho ill a part !
But evil is wrought by want of thought
Ac well as want of heart !
Young Henry C. Risphau'H great
painting, " Dead in the Desert," has
been for a week or more on exhi
bition at the Deby Athcneaum, an
object of delightful admiration of thou
sands of people. It isa wo.iderful work
of art, in which the young Philadelphia!!
lias displayed all the powers of ..is
genius. The picture goes to the Cen
rii, tn.ii,,v ntid next week will
luseu $.m,uu) for it.
There is iinHii.w .-,,. ...... . .
, '"" ui vital iin-
uxumee to toll you to-day, except that
the beautiful Park Bank building was
formally opened to the public o i Tluus-
ay, and the Lacu Bridge i3 nearly
down, the " After Dmlr n',
-cene difllculty settled, ihe World is
ehaiging tlie retail grocerc u-hi. I
and tas new Olty Hall is as near com
pletion as it was twelve month's ago.
Are requested to note that the Publisher of
The Vermont Record anil Puriner
Intends to spare neither money nor labor to
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24C-S RRATTLEIiORO, VI
SriCCJ.lL A OTIC ICS.
oi Wilson, ot the General Land Onice
ii r o- I, lclurU9 swing a dispos-
aureaoi tile public domain
during the past m,nth at the fo'.owi-ig
local ollices: Traverse OIk- nU
o4I acres: Dnfmir at;k ' '
U'M' II ...... i i JJI!I I Mil llli i 1 lla
-v was lor many years n iavorif.. ru .,.. ns ZV.jr """ -11 i V .
reson forjieoplc Mho loved good tcolch 45' 'v,'.' I '' Marquetto' Mich.,
VI11SKCV llUliell 1111,1 of .1.1,. '
Bank of the Ml-tkopoLis. The
June's Washington corre.pondcnl
sajs:' Itisdeniedat the Treasurerv
Department that there is any truth
whateverm the reports in reference to
the V , UUt f ,n"0y dl, fr0I
K0"81 BakoftheMetr01olis oi
this city to the United Stateswhich
called ot Mr. Ela's resolutio 1 in Uic
House Friday. The Jiank of the Me
tropolis went into liquidation Uvo viar
ago, and since that time lias paid in fuh
"uiouiii uue to tho United
iur uovernment deposits.
I'ltlJll i 21111 IIT IIIIU rimt
nlnni tn t .1
c-vv .-jMuijji.nt oe.oragc was made
,HU veV "est style. 0 matter wha,
mi- price ot whiskey, atu'lo'
punch wuh never more than ten cents to
i usiive Ulbulan. Whether the tax
olLatl vuorcm or"t. wliether it Wn,
C-.UU or 0 ecu I a
charged but oi.e dime for his punch
mid t was ,00a UU dark, dingy room
was etooncd with cobwebs, the woik
01 a thousand ue.i -rations nf i,.,iDi...
...f,i . , viuouiuus
auu a standing rule of the hoal
hould be disturbed by hand or mop, or
"imewasn brush. Healwav.
greater nortioL nffh,. 1.....1
was taken by actual settlers under the
10m c stead law. 1L
Nl.w Voiik. Annus! I.ltb. lSfiT
Allow 1110 to call ymir uttent on to mv l'ltll-1
l'AI'.AflON Of (JuiU'OUNU LXTHAt'l' 11U-1
(M1U. Theeomiioiieiil narts mn HITItllt! I .ivn
Li.ai-', (JUlll-lllS, .HJNll'KIl ltl.ltltir.S.
Modi: or i'ui I'Aiiat ni. .lliii-lm. In vniMiii. ,
.lunipei Herries, by dMidntlo.i, to form n lino
gin. n en-, extracted by tlisiilaeeineht bv
ilquor obtained from Juniper, ilerriiw, eimtaiii 1
lug very little sugar, a small proportion ofspuil,
mil nioie p.iuiiaiie tnaii nuy now in se. The'
active piopeitles are bv this mode cttiarted.
liiicuu, as preparetl liv Druggists generallv,
i of a dark color. It is n nhintthit emits i'n .
fragrance ; the action of a liame destros this'
( Is active principle), leaving a dark and glut-
moils decoction. .Mine is the color of ingredi
cuts. The lluclm in my prepcration ptcdoini-
unto : the snii.llest uuantitv ot the other 1
ingiedieiitsare ndded, to prevent fermentation !
upon inspection, it will be found not to be a
tincture, as made in l'liarniaeoua-a. nor it Is n !
Syrup and therefoie can be useil in cutcs here
lever or Itillaininattnu exists. In thi-, vouh.ive 1
thekuortledge of the ingredients and tlie mode I
iioiung tnat .Mm will lavur it witli a trial, and '
that upon inspection it will meet uith vom ap- 1
Willi a feeling of cor.lldcncc. )
1 am, very respectfuhv,
11. V. HlitMUOLD'
riiemist and Druggibt of 10 eais' Expe- '
I'iencein l'liiladeqihia. and uo v located at his ;
Diug mid Cheiiilu.il Wareliou-c, GUI lhoadwav, ,
I'roni the largest Mnnntactuiing Cheniist in
the World. 1 '
"I am acquainted with Mr. II, T. Ilelinbold ; .
he occupied tin- Drug htore opposite jny resi- !
dencc. and was successful iu olulueting tlie
busini "s where otoors had not been equally so i
l efore him; 1 have been fa vol ably impressed 1
with Ins charaeter and enterprise." I
WILLIAM WLIUllTMAN, i
Firm of I'owcim & Wtightiiuii, Manuf.ic- i
tilling Chemists, Muthatid liio.in Streets, l'hil- I
Ilt.i.JtuoLb's Fluid KxtiiAcrllt'eilf, for weak- i
ness arising from liidiscieti'in. Die exhausted '
(lowers o1 .Natuie which are accompanied by so !
nany a arming symptoms, which w'ii.,1,0 l'o'uiid I
iniiisposuion 10 r.xeriioii, i.oss of eniory,
Wahcfillue s, Honor of Uisea.e, or Folebodnigs
of Evil, in fact, I'nhersal Laswitude, 1'iostia
lion, and inability t- enter into the enjoyment
ot society .
'llio Constitution, once affected with Organic
iNeakneis, requtres the aid of Medicine to j
ursuginen ami uivigc.nue tne hvstein, which
ilELMnOLll'.S EXt'i.Av.T llUCliL' iiivm iubty
iocs. If no treat uient is submitted to, Con
sumption or Insanity ensues.
lli.l.mii'i.li's t'l.rifi Kx-riuer lirciic, in affec
tions peculiar to Females, is Uliequali d by alls
idler preper.ition, as ill Chloiosis, or Iteteiition,
t'ainlulness. or Suppression of Customary Evac
uations, L'lcerateil orKchii llls State of tlie Utei'-
is. and all compla nts ihcident to tlie sex.
ivhether arising Iroin habits of dissipation, im
)iudenct in, or the decline or change of lib .
lli:r.Miifi.n's Fi.rin KvniAcr llueuu ami Im
I'lioir.i) ltoK Wash will radically exterminate
.roni the system diseases ar.sihg'from habits of
hssipatioii, at little expi'iixe, little or no eluiege
n diet, no inconvenience or exposure : complctc
.y superseding those iiiipleasuiit and dangerous
remedies, Copavia and .Mercury, in all these dis
eases. Use Hrt.iiioi.n's Fi.t'in Extract liucitu in all
liseases ot these oigans, wnether existing iu
nalo or female, from whatever cause ui-igimt-ling,
aiiduo mitterof how long standing. It
is pleasant m taste nud odor, ' iinniediate" iu
ictioii. and more strengthening than any of the
reparations ot Jlaik or lion.
I'lioso snlleruig from biukcii-don or delicate
constltutioiiM, procure t. e remedy at once.
flm reader must bo aware "that, however
slight may bo the attack of the above diseases,
t is certain to atl'ect the bodiiy health and men
tlie gie';'i't"J)i,i(;fe,,!-'1Hes require tlie aid of a di-
ISolil he I lMit...;. ... . . "
per hot ie. v, r ::." ?r w- -n:,
-.,. ...i.i. ' ,"""L' JO.IIJ.
v uit. iJeseribo t in
A E W A IU Ell Tin KM K. 7 S.
(1IFT8 FOR TIIK HOMDAYS
A Christmas Carol, to be mng by tmall
lirls ami yood sized boys, bitwecn
now and the Jlolidajs.
"ymptoius in all
jMine are genuine unless done up in neel-en
H. T. 1IELM130LD.
Evom Xcw Orleans.
FtmTiriiit TitouiiLn with the P2
Aew York, Dec. 19.-A XewOrle-M
despa cli of yesterday says : : The d ifF
ences betwee-i ourcovernmnn 1 .V1
an d Peru
year from tl, 9.,t ,i wir"L' ,ur
to the following-act: " ' 'ilXl o'w
St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, 1SB3. Ca,lUU'r
A k ttft-carter ot
TwentiMWv years Practice.
Wlt .to. Fe-
physicians . mii; ,r: :u,u ."." tht
enables him to uan ! '' al1
fcer cuusv. All l,,n..,-. '""
S. Ollice. No. 0 En lir, ,7 . 7 l""w,"'
x. n. it,. i c i. . vv "r- sion
: i " .niiiioiieii in inoio desin
By A. Miserable Wretch, Esq.,
Whom m iy the Kates reward ith Itiimnrtulitj
i hls old Subscriber bloivs his hotn,
1 or Christinas day is neariy born,
And Sixty-r.lght soon lntikes his bow
To take a sail iu Charon's scow I
Ailuo, old Codger I Fare thee well !
J by joy s ahd sorrows all van tell.
Wo w.iteh tny exit don Time's shore,
And wish thee saio tlie bidowso'er J
llut eie thou niaU'st that jiiuruev long.
J'r.iy list unto my Ciinstnus smig.
Oome, Muse of (liini Cracks I thou must telt
wiut J. .VI. Jlusniii ui has to sell,
Kiuco his return from market-town.
1 al.e heed, () .Muse 1 and " do it brown I"
i -i, good IVgassus, thou eamt sing
I hose Hooks and Toy., he wus to bring,
l ioni I'salni-book to a Tommy Thumb,
To Watches, warranted as dumb I
'Variety is I be s;iice of lite,"
Sing Dol, s for gills, for boys u Knife.
IIor shall 1 sing the (lifts that greet
Ihe vision '! Zounds, the can't lie bmat 1
How shall I mention halt'tlio Toys
He has to sell tor girls and boy ?
'1 Jiosu l'uriau Statuettes so line
Of gods, and heroes once divine I
Such L.iva-Ware, such goods in lirouzt,
Of Lincoln, Frankdn, and the .mum !
O my! 1 can't tell hair to thee,
Hi- wiic and hasten there to see.
Ho ! ye afflicted! He's for you
llyiiiu lJim!is,'i'r.icts, and ''Mountain Den' '
l'owder-Flasks, Just brought from .Maine,
vtiii;ri) nought but bread i Hindu Irotu
iu smooth that brow ol discontent
He'd whisper, l'ipe. a Testament ;
Or sell you Cards ; or Sermons, bound
In calp throughout ; or many, a sound
"Auibiosia," and Harmonica)
To keep your hair trom turning gray !
For books ti clog an upper shell,
He cannot suit you wejl himself,
nut points you, like an honest man,
To Jones A Co.'s. or those who can.
His bonks are liesb, and good, and new,
For lawyer, parson, or lor ou,
On every subject 'neath the sun,
From Metaphysics up to fun.
Itieh, line, and racy are Ins goods,
Though ilibl'-s or Ked Hiding Hoods.
Those lloosteis roost the livelong day,
Those Tweeers twitch one's giief aw.
llioe I'enei.s paint one's sweetheart truk,
nun reu eyes, or eeriue.ni bine.
.Wild. When I was it little girl
1 1 iled my hair, for 'touldii't curl j
llut as that failed to catch a beau,
1 donned a Musk, and ' let him go."
T'ln's was deemed neither rude nor rough
lit my day, but "quite up to snuff."
Long years ago, one festal day,
1 met a small boy on his way '
To school. He drew upon his Sled
Found b.',7 ''" Ch"""M Offts'had tliot
... V "' tlK'T l)oor ! Far nwVv '
And left Sis and hiins,.!? i-...i
Lie Cliristmas c.iino next year. 'tis hi,I,i
uiey both, with broken ho'arts
main under treatment.
"usion. juiv. iocs.
siring to ri
the Tlntitr ii i.. . .. ulLS U1 kent twn iimnn,.,n .i ,
r7r, . "ot",H circulation, but the m.,l i0 ", , feS 1,1 1,10 rooai.
111 a special eonmiunication 7f , 1'u,i:iUU conspicuously posted
to Congress at the last session, called at- lmv' vlsUors wcra cautioned to
tentlonto fie fact tbnt ,, ,..! ! ...... wareof them. Last venr ti.iw .f..,.
, , V " J'qmaation were
receiving advantages from tho clrcula
tion of their notes, and interest on their
bonds, while he was po.verless under
tho law to oblhrethcm to .,.(mw..t..
notes, and finally close up their institu
tions. The Controller, in his Jast re
port calls the attention of Congress to
these f cts and it is for that body to de-
wiUU iviieuier sucii abuses of the svst
oil nil J a1.
rxlfirtrt lttn,. 1 i' .
a t tlw. u . , Uumastr wliodied
at the ripe old aire of throe.
.mil t,. i . . . . "
of SI ) n, r K U,UnU ,,I,a a fort
ot 10,000 lor every year of liiH Jife. ile
. i.euuer cnick nor child to honor
im and 0.e to inherit his vast
wemth. It is now in Court, as soinc-
" ""'"tiuscrator lias the trea
sure in his keenimr. n,i i, ,
I. ml,.. ...Ill ... ' "I'iV "JJU
" 111 "e uiau be who succeed;, in
proving a c.ear title to the smie.
Joscj.li Sabin, tlie veteran bookseller
nsHuu street, has hist oB,i,iiBi.., ..
monthly periodical called the liiblio-
jvi,h uesigneu as a ro.rlKin-
uui oi tne Uetent nn nfn, located, fc r,iw. rn . ' !
cian licet are assnmin., ..',",J: bank 11 rede m, VY: V"1' n.t said
r. .., ...... .... t) -lllJillC!irrll I .. . ... 7 uuiniuuuil L' lllls. II... .1...
,nr .i.-.... i-AiJiiaiiou ol its i,iit.. .1. . .v.,
c innim. i..-. . . 4V io it iner- I "lis act and nun" , , .u....:' . vwjv '
Large Seizuiies of Touacco. in
formation has reached the Treasury De
partment that at thclnstancoofC. E
Creeov. Van i. . . .
i-..r' 7 V" . . "vw,y "PPOintedsu- " . , """0' 'w" "s register of raro
'"'LiOuisiana.SloO.OOOwortliof "onts in his great collection
I"" uus oec" scledin New Orleans. " , ' liXQ Publications, Enlisi
The tolacco was contained in eight ""'l A,nerican, winch are worthy of
hm,drcrf box whjch wcre fflMJ no ice. hesicies tluse leatu.es, tlie
'tax paid," nn.1 were iu possession of n ?!b tW'M contains useful hints to
"w luniuiig nrnis. It was seized1 : ufj' ",IU u variety of articles
account of alleged fruds on the I t0Ucl,,J l'Pnn books in goner.,1
uwoi. tj,o friends of
thZT 71cVJcl,a,, ',u Whington my
that he will Le offered tho Secretaryship
the Deeemner number is an lntr'sti
account of the book sale last sprimr at ! His vLStf J matters, I "p.r- hath, hats,
mcu a copy of Eliot's Indian Jllhlo Ppurta, Colleetol-s an ' &i 03- "itho fiiv... ,PXVa, CAPS, 0APS
i, . r "en i or
Cllantmnn win. .... ,
,i .": "' VV"" 1 uiuncaii crew.
uiwuiiurican ciptain. On arrivinn
at the mouth nfti,nii. .i.rJ1 ""r'PS
Peruvian Hag andtVamcd T "t T if
uiictirlat came forward, and afto ha 1 .
heen addressed a rn.,f' Alt. St.1,1 1X6 ".
Unite.! Mntn:tMtr..ry"Kurm. the
asked ''vi. I. UP liavaa, he was
Tn.')Yy hvu y" "ot entered?''
the n.mf,.I.T i.i . uerd7 only
i,st 1 113 u,ai ouicer, in case nf
his absance. n.in nf.mn.i i. A .. l",,t 01
you just answered for the r0
mark n.J.n " , "fitted lis ,c
Collector l.'iillnf Una ,. !.s: . .
Beruv a,, offlciaTs tne produc on o Z
vessel's papers, showing by w a ! nutlml0
A? .VM-.'. clear ngat Tow YoVh
iiurciiantniau tvir T,.r n..i r -
pear liere a9 a vess.l ot wara mi Sot JeT
tiiur any satisfaction U11 lo-m et"
seize the vessel unless ho r'oolT"0
iroii-clad, n o, J " .f ". "'lien the
but Mr. Ko. art i," : L,u,r was flrm
ii , l ",""- OUCH uailli HOI- its nninnm -I. ..II I.
Hlmll have irdavktt"Titl,e BU"U'
. . ... v. v. v y niu iii li'rn rwm im HaI.i.. a. .
rXFOIt.AIATIOX guaranteed to produce alum,
nam growth of hairunon a I, I i,, f u"
tllOS. F. CllAl'MAN', Chemist.
Iiroadway, Sow York.
i hearts wei-H dead !
Hear roguish Tom and happv 3fav
hing iilth delight this liolu'uVl
Nc ft', r"l-G:iU'.Bll'-"Hdi dear. !,
nn ctL,1.'-,ds on Christmas -tears !
(I'll hos asule, ,.n.atit. Mu '
Such strains mmlil r.!,,.. .. . . .
sinir in..,,-,. " """in mo u:ub j
. V , "-1C!f 'V, and old,
It sn ll".,1,"Ck 0P-rU be sold I)
-V! i ! . ruat' '" "fe, run all
doll, nill baeic their oars'-"nd "juaH j
Thus might myournag jog ulontr
And sing to you an vhSiLhwhu
Might tell of School.book.ri'cns an.1 1
TaTes of M,u BUU Tn l0ff d.
Initial l'ai.er, Slates, and Ink,
U I ifim.?'ithinK -that 0,10 w think ;
lint Mine is precious now to me
And doggerel not much priced bv the
Hold Mhorc-'s one thint; I luugsineo should
His I'LAsouxTrm "all auk
St. Albans, Vt December 9.
Sec 3. This
May 20th, 18G8,
auau taue effect from its
10, 18C0. 21fi.lv
$200 Per Month, Sure,
A ND no money reciuircd in advenen a .
wanted every where. mu r . "?K,V0
en our Patent Evi;Hhm.i.. Ve "
75 William Klnmi v v
AMUIIICAN WIRE CO..
or Pi Dearborn Street,
U. at WM. N.8.1
SMITH V TO'S.
Q.LOVf:.S of all kinds lust received
at WM. N. SMUT
SMITH A CO S.
Wm. N. SJIITH.
Life and Oasuality Insurance
NO.l, EXCHANGE PLACE,
ooii,r U1TY, N. J.
New York 'Office, 96 Broadway.
20 per eent. ";,"'. and fully eqm
DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE.
in case of Disab Tn" ZS1 ? .""os
numtsP0liui8 So,,to" Tiio Fay.
Annual DMdond nude Non-Forfeitable.
Loans on all Policies.
Liberal Permission to Travel.
EDMUND 0. FiSHEIt. President.
JOHN B.CHUltCII. Jr., Secretary.
0. W. BUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont.
MAIN STIUJET, ST. ALUANS, VT.
At GREENE & NIOHOL'S
XAY be found
R ll II ou,.-!. . .
ft CO 0(1 RKanrf.'mriiU t ..i
p,t,,?An C"loK"e. Pomade,
C, i eii,,('H.'.'?-. ?. Hair '
Soansof all kinds,
looth and Nail
Urus h es,
OUR LINE OF GOODS.
GKEENE & NICHOLS,
NO. 1 LAKE STREET,
ST. ALUANS, VT.
Alsa, u full aasortment of imported and
Lake Street Drug Store,
NOW HEADY AT
WM. N. SMITH k CO I.
' -v" co"cnt. The. to-day, n 6ei2ed nVBCOATS0faiikJdg t
l v WM. N.
and el ran
NMITU i OO'fl.